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$x-intercept:(x,0)y-intercept:(0,y) $ In this exercise, we are told that the $x-$intercept is $4,$ and the $y-$intercept is $2.$ We can use this information to create two coordinate pairs. $x-intercept:(4,0)y-intercept:(0,2) $ To graph the line of an equation with these intercepts, we will plot the points and connect them with a line.

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$x-intercept:(x,0)y-intercept:(0,y) $ In this exercise, we are told that the $x-$intercept is $1.5,$ and the $y-$intercept is $-1.$ We can use this information to create two coordinate pairs. $x-intercept:y-intercept: (1.5,0)(0,-1) $ To graph the line of an equation with these intercepts, we'll mark the coordinates as points in a coordinate plane and draw a line through them.